Trying Amazon 5-Star Products For Chronic Pain

Zach’s finding the best chronic pain relief products on the internet. Which of these Amazon 5-star products will do the trick and pass today’s pain test? Watch to find out!

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  • The muscle hook thing and salonpas are great for stretching or after intense workouts too. I have tight hip flexors. Im really interested in the hip release device.

    Sunny LyndisSunny Lyndis4 timmar sedan
  • These are all garbage. I treat my nerve pain with heavy breathing and gabapentin.

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  • I literally watching this while laying on my spike mat

    Pay LovePay Love10 timmar sedan
  • I've been dealing w chronic pain for years...the meds, the Dr's, the MRIs, the specialist...finally I'm being referred to a pain clinic for nerve blockers and I seriously can't wait!

    April WagnerApril Wagner11 timmar sedan
  • If anyone else feels the "nothing is hot enough" thing with heating pads--try using (JUST A LITTLE) tiger balm/icy hot/salonpas/whatever on the area before you use the heating pad--just be careful 'cause you can genuinely kinda burn yourself lol

    Nichole WarrenNichole Warren14 timmar sedan
  • You can buy... A cupping kit?????

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  • I’ll definitely have to try some of these for my fibro

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  • LOL I own the heating vest and their reactions were spot on, I did a photoshoot 😂

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  • If that green regular salonpas helps, u should try the salonpas hot 🔥🔥🔥

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  • if you need lawsuit level heat , take a damp towel, place in the microwave 30 seconds remove it quickly, shake it a few times to remove hellfire level heat then place it on the area that hurts and cover it with a other towel. the other towel acts as a insulator to keep the heat in. Pro, it works great , Con, it cools off to quick. you could also try red light therapy, or you could go for the super cheap option . buy or find small lamp/led red color Christmas lights then bunch them up and place it in the area that hurts for 10 to 20 minutes. pro, it feels so good you could fall asleep but con , it you fall asleep with the light on the area, it could actually cause the area to hurt .

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  • The Suction cupping causes a localized inflammatory response. By pulling blood from the capillaries into the interstitial tissue using suction (same idea as a hicky). Your body then works to clear the blood through a physiological response.

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  • Yes I agree about the heat pads. I use the microwavable wheat bags thing that are meant to go in for about a minute but I put them in for three minutes and as long I make them slightly damp they don't burn. I have areas of my body that are hypermobile like my neck, ankles, wrists, I have wobbly kneecaps, daily tension headaches and De Quervain syndrome in both wrists and thumbs. My neck is blotchy and scarred from falling asleep on super hot heat pads because it's the only way I can sleep.

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  • “What is it with women and penetrating my butthole?”-Zach, 2021

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  • Loveeeee the chirp wheel but the smallest one is the best for really digging in to the muscles I mostly like laying on them to relieve pressure on the spine

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  • Can we stop supporting Amazon? How can you advertise them when they mistreat their employees and Bezos does not pay taxes?

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  • “Don’t place near carotid artery” *places right next to carotid artery*

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  • This is so important, Zach, I love it. I love having one person without chronic pain to make you realize "this doesn't feel good for everyone" its so validating

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  • CRANK IT UP DADDY

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  • Omg the labor was 6/7???? That’s what I use regularly for endometriosis for RELIEF 😂😭

    Max LumleyMax Lumley2 dagar sedan
  • “That’s chronic pain” “FUCK oh no” Me every time I go to the doctor 🤣

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  • Only thing I’ll say, about the electrical pulse machine, it’s very important that if you’re using this for a specific issue, knee/shoulder/back, do some good research on where to place the pads because they’re meant to activate certain muscles and yadayada, I know this is common sense but I’ve used the machine many times in PT and it does help if used correctly ❤️

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  • Thank you for covering this topic! I'll definitely come back to watch a part two - I trust the try guys much more than just random youtube reviews.

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  • Garrick wearing Initial D tshirt. Brother!!!! Also, Salonpas is SO GREAT!! This saved my back when I started driving school and it's freaking awesome. The smell is also great.

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  • That heat pad actually has worked for me rather well. If it isn’t too hot out, I’ll sleep on it and it helps so much with back pain and being able to get to sleep with said pain. It doesn’t get very hot, but I’d definitely recommend it either way

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  • Zach, try the Quell!

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  • Amazing

    Anita RajputAnita Rajput3 dagar sedan
  • after watching with my own pain. i went to find the patches Garrick recommend and he didn't lie. i have had the patches on for 10 mins and holly cow its law suit level, it can last up to 8 hours(says on box haven't tried yet) and with 60 patches you will be set for a while hopefully update: yeah about 3 hours in i am not noticing it not heating anymore Garrick didn't lie it felt great while it lasted tho got a lot done pain free

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  • ZACH. I HAVE A HEAT PAD THAT WILL BE AMAZING FOR YOU! Look for a brand called "MightyBliss". Bright blue, first hit on Amazon. It gets INSANELY HOT. I am literally using one right now. You will love it PLUS it is super soft and comfy!!!! Also, thanks for the rec on the chirp wheel!

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  • I have scoliosis and decided to drive school busses for a living 🙃 that butt pillow might become my best friend 😂😂

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  • 10:22 Why do I find it adorable (platonically) the way that Alex and Zach just reach out automatically for each other's neck Velcro and help each other...? LOL

    Dana D.Dana D.3 dagar sedan
  • I have TN and I’m taking notes😭

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  • I still have a heating pad that I got in the 80s, and that thing will get so hot that you might burn your house down. It's wonderful. They just don't make them like that anymore.

    Jason RussellJason Russell3 dagar sedan
  • Initial D shirt... My Man

    Jonathan KroissJonathan Kroiss3 dagar sedan
  • i wish you would list these in de description! thanks for the video tho! living with chronic pain is so hard, i love to see happy people with it! thank you!

    Alexe GirouxAlexe Giroux3 dagar sedan
  • Omg I use like half the things in this video too 😂 chirp wheels save my life haha. But use that NekTeck against a couch/seat and it’s like your own massage chair. You can use the arm straps to like guide it up and down your back otherwise though 😘

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  • Did I... Did I just get a McDonalds fried chicken ad a second after glimpsing the Keith's chronic pain profile screen

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  • The fact that these peeps are able to compose themselves so well, despite their chronic pain, I just… I sympathize but also respect to them.

    Monroe RobbinsMonroe Robbins4 dagar sedan
  • oh boy do I have the heat pad for you it'd almost 20 years old and is owned by a Hispanic family lvl 3 made my back red for the whole day

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  • Salonpas is an everyday staple thing in Asia Pacific. I tell u even if u dont hve chronic pain, if it jst aches, salonpas is great! 🙌🙌

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  • Sunbeam heating pads get 'lawsuit' hot

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  • Keith couldn't have left sooner lol

    Jessica CohenJessica Cohen4 dagar sedan
  • Yaaazzz salonpas is lifeeee !!!!

    Monica NilamMonica Nilam4 dagar sedan
  • I have severe fibromyalgia. For me personally I’ve used heat 20 minutes for muscle pain and cool 20 minutes for nerve pain. Heat (feels) great but it can aggravate my nerve pain. Sometimes I have to go back and forth to alleviate the triggered pain. It’s a slippery slope.

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  • ive got nausea from anxiety and heat pads that Burn are the only things that solve my problem so i wish the would just take the lawsuit i need it

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  • If you like salonpas, next level I guess would be those chili pads.

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  • 18:50 lmao Wizard

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  • Sam is relatable

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  • Keith: D: O-O o_0 ): o_-

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  • I do actually like my chirp wheel. I use a tiny one in my work chair or on the floor usually.

    Melanie SticeMelanie Stice5 dagar sedan
  • Can you make another one with Ned and his knee pain? My chronic knee pain is like pleeeeeease help me. I'm dying.

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  • im trying to get diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis as it runs in my family, its so nice to see someone i enjoy watching relate to the pain i experience everyday, and how these things will work for people like me

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  • Zach, this video made me feel so seen, and it helps me know that chronic pain is something many people my age suffer with. Thank you!

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  • I really hope you continue this series

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  • STOP. AAHERRING is literally me. I'm in highschool, got in a skiing accident running into a tree and fucked everything up. Now i deal with chronic lower back pain

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  • Loved Gerrick. That blue is your color. I have an extra cervical vertebrae. Would LOVE to just give it to you. Both of us less pain then. Winner winner.

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  • I really like these series :D I did laugh at the electrodes, I had that shit on my back at 5, easy XD But my back is jacked up sooo maybe thats it ^^

    Anjo MekkingAnjo Mekking6 dagar sedan
  • "You look like a dinosaur! This is someone's kink."

    Alex EJAlex EJ6 dagar sedan
  • The video has hardly even started, and I’m here to say I LOVE the acupressure mat. I use it regularly!

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  • "Crank it up daddy" Keith you make me laugh

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  • Kelsey looks like she never showers :(

    Andj _Andj _7 dagar sedan
  • I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A HEAT VEST FOR AGES OML I AM GETTING THAT HEAT CLOAK THING

    Darrell MaloryDarrell Malory7 dagar sedan
  • Older heat pads will singe your skin I promise 😂

    Juliana McKennaJuliana McKenna7 dagar sedan
  • I’ve went to 5 chiropractors, physical therapy, sports doctor, and pain management doctor. I’ve had 3 MRIs done and steroid epidurals, and no one could figure out the cause of my back pain. The only thing that relieves it for a bit is the inversion table.

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  • I have Chronic pain but in my legs, it's almost part of me by now, I don't even remember how it is to not feel pain.

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  • Omg me and my mom need lawsuit level heat. So our skin might peel🤣 We've gone through so many sad, weak ones 😆

    Marie LMarie L7 dagar sedan
  • sorry about your pain buddy, I know what its like. I also have chronic back pain. Physical therapy + constantly staying in motion seems to help me

    Michael LeonMichael Leon7 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for this video. It something that is so helpful because there are so many prodtcts on the internet and I don't have people in my life that deal with chronic pain.

    Arielle McEwinArielle McEwin7 dagar sedan
  • As a person with chronic pain I feel seen and this is awesome!

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  • Very excited for this series!

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  • Honestly thank you for this video

    Julie SolomonJulie Solomon7 dagar sedan
  • This was a great informative video thanks yall ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Dameon WelchDameon Welch8 dagar sedan
  • Garrick coming in clutch with an Initial D shirt

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  • Can someone link all the items?

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  • I AGREE. JUST GET THE LAWSUIT. heating pads do nothing for my pain they're not hot enough

    Sebastian GreeneSebastian Greene8 dagar sedan
  • Yo I have a butt pillow too, but for completely different reasons

    Awkward ButterflyAwkward Butterfly8 dagar sedan
  • You know you have chronic pain when you saw the table of products and went “wow I own all of those”

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  • Dear Zach and Zach's friends who have chronic pain I recommend a Ketamine Infusion Therapy which is an IV drip. The IV drip lasts for 1 hour. You go for 3 sessions. It's extremely worth it because the pain relief can last up 3 to 6 months long. Sometimes your insurance will cover it, if they don't the 3 sessions in total will cost about $1,200.00. You Must Have A Designated Driver to drive you there and back home. The place I go to will give you a privet room and allow someone to stay with you during your session. When I get the IV drip I will dress in my comfiest pajamas, fuzzy socks, and outside slippers, I also bring a blanket and stuff animal to hug when I lay on the bed with my feet and back/head raised. The nurses turn off all the harsh lights and leave on one very soft low light and they leave a video call on that links directly to the nurses/doctor so they can watch if you have any problems or reacting badly or if you need any assistance. They also play calm and soothing music and turn on the aromatherapy machine.when you are done they will roll you out in a wheelchair to your car and help you get in. You will feel extremely calm,sleepy, and drugged. The place I go to is in Pleasanton California and the place is called Pain Medicine Consultants and the doctor's name is Dr. Richard Shinaman he is a male doctor. Pro tip when getting the IV drip drink lots of water the night before and when you wake up also eat something before your appointment. Another pro tip if you have bad veins that are hard to get to, take a hot water bottle or hot thermos filled with hot water to drink in the car and a warm blanket to warm up your whole body, also angle the car heaters onto your arms and turn on the heat in your chair. When you get out of the car wrap the blanket around you and especially keep your arms tucked in so they stay warm.This will help keep the veins in your arms raised so the nurse can get the needle in better, faster, and the won't have to prick you several times to get the vein.

    Kimberly A DobleKimberly A Doble8 dagar sedan
  • Dear Zach thank you for the honest reviews on what helps you with your pain. Your recommendation on the sauna blanket convinced me to buy it. You and your friends stories about what you have and how you deal with your pain inspired me to tell you mine and made me braver to tell people when I'm not okay thank you. At 19 years old I got the kissing disease, POTS, and EDS. EDS eats at your collagen all over your body. And collagen helps connect to all of your joints in your body. So I have to build up my muscles around all of my joints to help stabilize them. And even if I do that my joints will still shift into positions that they are not supposed to and my joints can partially dislocate or fully dislocate or even get shifted into spots they're not supposed to be and get stuck. Then I have to go to physical therapy every week, swimming exercises for 5 days, and do the exercises I learned at physical therapy everyday even if I'm in extreme pain. On top of all that I also have depression, ADHD, autism, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, OCD, flat feet, restless leg syndrome, and PCOS. What I do for the pain is a Ketamine Infusion Therapy which is a IV drip and your supposed to do it in three sessions. Sometimes your insurance can cover it and if not the 3 sessions total cost about $1,200.00. It's extremely worth it because the pain relief can last up to 3 to 6 months long.

    Kimberly A DobleKimberly A Doble8 dagar sedan
  • Whaaat. I have that heating pad and it completely burns my skin off. Maybe you got a faulty one??

    Maddie BettsMaddie Betts8 dagar sedan
  • So Garrick is fine

    JoAnna GalboJoAnna Galbo9 dagar sedan
  • 17:44 use a hot water bottle

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  • Hugs to everyone living with chronic pain. I've tried at least half of those mentioned here, but yoga and meditation works the best for me.

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  • As a 30 year old with Fibromyalgia I'm so happy you're doing this series. Chronic pain sucks and it's even harder to deal with when there isn't anything visibly wrong with you.

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  • |×)××|

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  • when you have the same condition as zach 😎

    Jaydane JolicoeurJaydane Jolicoeur9 dagar sedan
  • there's a roll-on version of salonpas and IMHO, it works better than the ones you stick on your back!

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  • My mom suffers from fibromyalgia, and I am so thankful to all of you for making videos like this to bring awareness for chronic pain illnesses, because they sadly are widely ignored and downplayed

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  • Zach's relief using instruments of pain + his striped shirt = new member of the Addam's Family

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  • I hate TENS machines 😩

    Eva BelleEva Belle9 dagar sedan
  • I need something that covers shoulder and Hip pain. My bursitis is CONSTANTLY kicking my butt, especially as a dancer. I’m always having to pop my hips and work around painful stepping

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  • I have tourettes and i have the spikey mat thingy for my muscles from my tics and besties.. It feels great

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  • I use the acupressure mat (by ShaktiMat) every night and sometimes I even fall asleep on it, because I find it so relaxing. The first five minutes are painful, but you get used to it.

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  • From someone with chronic pain and periods, skip the heating pad and get a rubber water bottle from the drug store. Get that as hot as you like (follow the directions)!

    Alexandra MeubAlexandra Meub9 dagar sedan
  • I wrote a thirsty comment but it got deleted somehow so welp

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  • When Zach's voice dropped an octave and a half at the end! 😂

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  • Except for your face 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Me: spends months at a time with those damn things on my jaw just to make it through a day. But I have also in moments of extreme jaw/ear pain considered using a tens on my face.... that one I won't even risk

    Kieran HatfieldKieran Hatfield10 dagar sedan
  • I don't know if this would help anyone, but I found trigger point pilates to be very helpful for chronic muscle pain.

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